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|Patrina Hill Gotcher Perkins||Woolleys|
Kathy, Thank you for so kindly sharing information & pictures with me of my Hill Aunts & the Woolley & Lineage!
|karen bridges richardson||RE: Thomas family|
I am related! They are my 3 times great uncle and aunt born in Eden, Tx., 1904 and 1905. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org so we can discuss details when you have time. So glad you took the time to look them up! Thanks! Karen Richardson
|Patrina Hill Gotcher Perkins||Photo Of Lois Juanita Hill Pearce|
Re: Photo of Lois Juanita Hill Pearce when she was a child in San Angelo, Texas. My father, Lemual Waydelle Hill was Juanita's full brother. My father, Waydelle hill, whose mother was Mary Parolee Hill, was the only one of Mary Parolee's children who had any children. I am Waydelle Hill's only child, Patrina Paralee Hill Gotcher Perkins, & I would really like to have the picture that you got from your grandmother, of my Aunt Juanita Hill Pearce! My e-mail address is: email@example.com. I pray that you still have this picture!!!
|Mr & Mrs||RE: Nelson in Liberty Cemetery, NV County|
This was not a request. Sorry, I don't usually check for requests. We try to photograph the cemeteries, and if there is one it shows up.
Another lady and I photographed this entire cemetery, and I feel like we have them all on here. Of course one of us could have missed one, but it was a clean cemetery, and we took it row by row.
Added by Mr & Mrs on Mar 01, 2016 11:33 AM
always happy to help
Added by Bobby on Dec 19, 2015 11:05 PM
|Gerri Cozart Paine||RE: Henderson|
You're very welcome. The bottom portion of the stone was buried, but I was able to clean it a little bit so that you can read the dates now...glad I could find it for you.
|Deb||John & Nancy Crownover|
Hi Kathy - just an fyi: I normally do not link to unknown burials however since yours for these two names are displayed as "non-cemetery burials" I will link this time. When burials are as old as these two are they can however generally be listed as "lost or otherwise destroyed", which would be better than non-cemetery. Non-cemetery is for burials not inside a standard/conventional cemetery; as in a field/pasture, family farm, hunting lease, along a wagon trail somewhere, ones own personal property, buried on site of battle during war, etc.
In the burial comments you could say died in Fayette Co, grave lost to time & elements.
Added by Deb on Oct 31, 2015 7:06 PM
|J.J. Metzler&M Sutton||Robinette/Forest Park|
Hello....this is a very large cemetery. Covers several hundred acres. Must have a location by section and lot ##. ""FAMILY"" service will provide info. Their number is 713-928-5141.
From the depths of my gratitude, I appreciate the transfers.
Added by Sabie on Oct 08, 2015 2:28 PM
|Sharon Soileau||RE: Mire photos|
Glad I was able to do it. Let me know if you want me to remove any pictures. I like to show a wide view and a close up.
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